LFNA Board Members
Bethany moved to Little Flower in 2016 where she bought her first home. In the past couple of years, she has turned her front yard into a garden full of native plants. Sitting on the front porch, watching the birds and butterflies feed off the garden is a favorite pastime, regardless of the season.
Gabi moved to Little Flower and joined the LFNA in 2020. Originally from the South Bend, IN area, she moved to Indianapolis in 2018 for a 2-year entrepreneurial fellowship. Her professional work is in technology and product management. She finds the neighborhood to be something really special–its history, sense of community, and diversity. In her spare time, she walks with her dog Dixie (who loves the neighborhood), practices piano, and enjoys the outdoors.
Jillian has served on the LFNA board for three years, and has lived in Little Flower for nearly seven years. Her favorite things about the neighborhood are the diversity and the closeness to downtown. She has worked in the nonprofit sector for over ten years, and is happy to bring this expertise to the LFNA board. In her free time, she likes to travel with her husband Nick, teach yoga, and spend time with her dogs Nickel and Eleanor.
Laura has lived in Little Flower since 2017. She loves living in Little Flower because of the diversity of the residents, historic homes and tranquility. Her professional background is in human resources. She enjoys traveling, trying new recipes and taking her chihuahua, Stella, on walks. She shares her home with her husband Tony, and step-daughter, Aleyna.
Lee Ann Jourdan
Lee Ann moved to Little Flower in the spring of 2018 and feels right at home. She joined the board in the summer of 2020. She enjoys all things food, home improvement, beer/wine, music, travel and social. She shares her home with her Chiweenie Rilo (you’ve likely seen them roaming the neighborhood) and two cats, Autumn and Ms. Jinx.
At-Large Board Member
Jo moved to Little Flower in August of 2021. The location and ease of access to anything the city has to offer are what first caught her eye and were big driving factors behind her move here. Now that she's been here a while, she has fallen in love with the history of the neighborhood and the community she's found. Her professional work is in the Insurance/Technology industry. When she is not working or volunteering, she enjoys exploring outdoors, soaking in live music shows and searching for the “next” greatest meal she's ever had.